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While waiting to read Richard Kadreys next installment of Sandman Slim, I picked up one of his older books. Wow, I'm glad I did. Great story and I recommend it to all his fans.Published 1 month ago by Pipeline
Good read, but not as good as Sandman Slim or many of his other works. Those I might go back and read again sometime...this I won't.Published 1 month ago by castillet
It is a good book that I enjoyed with interesting twist and turns. I would recommend it to my friends.Published 2 months ago by Rox
It is so rich in all that made sandman slim such a stellar novel, and yet completely different. The Painted Man is not Sandman Slim, and completely captivates you into a whole new... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Katy Kendrick
This is a good read and it has possibilities. Kadrey, obviously got side-tracked by the Sandman Slim series but I can see this being picked up again.Published 3 months ago by Arthur W. Scholbe
Reminds me of some of the Neil Gaiman other/hidden world fantasy stuff I used to really be into. Structurally, the book reads like a screenplay, with a clear protagonist and three... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jared W.
Very unique story, I loved the characters. I've read the Sandman Slim series and this is along those same lines; clever, odd, interesting, and full of awesomely strange characters.Published 3 months ago by stephanie a king
When I first started this novel, I wasn't exactly sure what to expect. However, as I got deeper and deeper into the story, I found myself eager to continue and find out what... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Shan Winslow
This is just good storytelling. If you were to take a basic quest/revenge story, throw in some unexpected romance, merge it with the Divine Comedy and Paradise Lost, then filter... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mathew Carruthers